Scientist

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Trinh Janisch

trinh.janisch@gmail.com | (455) 919-4062 | Bennington, VT

Summary


Experience


Senior Scientist at Green Mountain Power, VTMar 2022 - Present

  • Led a team of 6 scientists in the development of a new cancer treatment drug. The drug is currently in clinical trials and has shown promise in early testing.
  • Published 20 scientific papers on various topics related to cancer research.
  • Presented at 30 national and international conferences on topics related to cancer research.
  • Received 3 major grants from the National Cancer Institute to support my work.

Staff Scientist at Vermon Gas, VTSep 2020 - Mar 2022

  • Led a team of 4 scientists in designing and conducting experiments to study the effect of a new drug on cancer cells.
  • Designed and conducted experiments that resulted in the publication of 2 papers in peer-reviewed journals.
  • Presented findings at 3 national conferences.
  • Wrote 1 grant proposal that was funded by the National Institutes of Health.
  • Trained 2 undergraduate students in research methods.

Scientist II at Efficiency Vermont, VTSep 2015 - Aug 2020

  • Led a team of 4 in the development of a new cancer treatment that is now being used by hospitals across the country.
  • Published 20 papers in scientific journals on topics related to my area of expertise.
  • Presented my findings at 3 international conferences.
  • Was invited to be a guest lecturer at 2 different universities.
  • Won an award from my peers for “Best Young Scientist”.

Education


PhD in Chemistry at University of Vermont, VTAug 2010 - May 2015

Some skills I have learned are: writing and presenting scientific papers, working in a research lab, and teaching chemistry to undergraduate students.

Skills


  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Data Analysis

Jamell Coba

jamell.coba@gmail.com | (966) 583-4104 | Boulder, CO

Summary


Experience


Senior Scientist at Thermo Fisher Scientific, COApr 2022 - Present

  • Led a team of 4 scientists in conducting research on the impact of climate change on ocean ecosystems.
  • Published 20 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals.
  • Presented findings at 30 national and international conferences.
  • Served as reviewer for 10 scientific journals.
  • Received $1 million in grant funding to study the impacts of oil spills on marine life.
  • Advised government agencies on environmental policy issues related to climate change.

Staff Scientist at Colorado School of Mines, COAug 2020 - Mar 2022

  • Led a team of 4 scientists in developing a new method to increase the efficiency of gene editing by 50%.
  • Authored 12 papers that were published in peer-reviewed journals.
  • Presented research findings at 3 international conferences.
  • Developed 2 new methods for DNA analysis which increased accuracy by 75%.
  • Trained 6 undergraduate students in basic molecular biology techniques.

Scientist II at National Renewable Energy Laboratory, COAug 2015 - Jul 2020

  • Led a team of 5 in the development of a new product that increased sales by 20%.
  • Authored 3 papers that were published in well-respected scientific journals.
  • Presented at 2 international conferences on behalf of the company.
  • Successfully completed 1st clinical trial for new drug with positive results.
  • Was part of a team that won an award for best new product.

Education


PhD in Chemistry at University of Colorado BoulderAug 2011 - May 2015

I have learned how to effectively communicate my research to people with a wide variety of backgrounds, how to design and carry out experiments, and how to analyze data.

Skills


  • Data analysis
  • Data mining
  • Scientific modeling
  • Laboratory techniques
  • Mathematical modeling
  • Statistical analysis